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Blue Dot Generation presents ‘Arts for Education’

September 26 @ 6:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Blue Dot Generation is a sustainability platform that promotes the use of the arts for education. By engaging in local communities and inspiring audiences through art, they aim to encourage a change in the relationship between people and the blue planet.

Join us for the opening night of their 4-day immersive event, where Jo Ruxton will feature on a panel discussion alongside Will McCallum (Author of ‘How To Live With Less Plastic’ and head of the Oceans campaign at Green Peace UK) and Maria Arceo (installation artist famous for her Thames plastic project). Additionally you can view an art exhibition on the night, that aims to bring attention to the plastic pollution crisis.

Buy your tickets through Eventbrite here.


September 26
6:00 am - 9:00 pm

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